Fall is the perfect time to get a new haircut, a new pair of boots, and a new pair of frames. Having an amazing pair of frames this fall is about knowing what is hot for the season. This season, we predict teal glasses, tortoise rimless glasses, neutral glasses and aviators will be the biggest trends for the season. Here are our picks!
Teal is universally flattering on everyone. The look is bright, bold and a whole lot of fun! It’s the perfect statement piece to any outfit that might feel a little blah. Find a pair with an accent tone on the inside of the frame to be more subtle or choose a bold plastic frame if you’d like to really make your glasses a show stopper. We love these frames from the Jenny McCarthy Collection and the Women’s Collection:
Aviators are the biggest trend for both men and women this season and the best part about it is that it’s flattering on all face shapes. Though this look has been around for decades, you’ll find a lot of options in terms of the color of the metal and the shape. Here’s some that we like from Robert Latour and Agility:
These aren’t your granny’s reading glasses. Gorgeous, two-toned frames are the perfect style for fall, adding modern playfulness and chicness to any outfit that you wear. These frames are ultra comfortable, bold and lightweight. The cat eye shape is very flattering on most faces as it draws attention up. We love these styles by Rickey Smiley and by Christian Siriano:
If teal is too bright for you or the two toned trend is not your style, then perhaps you’ll love this new trend—the neutral trend. Eyeglass frame colors ranging from warm browns and tortoises to nude pinks and beiges are trending everywhere. Choose the tone that looks best with your skin tone and don’t forget to play up those eyes when you do your make-up. Check out our past blog post about makeup tips for girls who wear glasses to get inspiration! Just because the look is neutral doesn’t mean that everyone won’t notice your gorgeous new glasses! We love these frames from Dereon and DKNY:
Stop by your closest Eyeglass World and find the look that works best for you or browse online.